This is a discussion on Re: Global / Cluster / Shared filesystem for FreeBSD? - FreeBSD ; 在 2005-03-11五的 15:53 -0600，Eric Anderson写道： > yf-263 wrote: > > Hi, Eric, > > > > How about the MogileFS ( http://www.danga.com/mogilefs/ ), which served a > > pictures web service at about twenty millions. And all in user level. ...
在 2005-03-11五的 15:53 -0600，Eric Anderson写道：
> yf-263 wrote:
> > Hi, Eric,
> > How about the MogileFS (http://www.danga.com/mogilefs/), which served a
> > pictures web service at about twenty millions. And all in user level. It
> > is also share some same ideas as GoogleFS (http://unix-
> > driver.org/books/linux/filesystem/googlefs/p125-ghemawat.pdf).
> > And for Sistina's GFS (which sold to Redhat now), its 2.0 version has an
> > un-finished FreeBSD porting, which can be downloaded from its ftp server
> > (the address is not on my hand now, and I can tell you if you really
> > want it).
> > Last year I have worked on porting that GFS to Darwin (since it use
> > FreeBSD fs codebase), so I'll glad to talk to you about it
> Yes, please do send the link!! I couldn't find it in my meager googling. Do you have any insight as to when a 'real' FreeBSD port of GFS will be around?
Sorry, seems I gave confuse. The code is old (which is GFS 3.0), and
just can't work fully.
It was in ftp.sistina.com/pub/GFS, and if you just open ftp.sistina.com,
nothing will show-up (it hide its `pub' from public ). 3.0 has a un-
finished FreeBSD code described as following mail. 2.0 has GFS SGI code.
+archive/2001/freebsd-fs/20010225.freebsd-fs serves its status.
For when will it to be around, I'm sorry to say I don't know it. And
seems RH has no plan to do it.
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